Unaccounted income report untrue: Katrina

Bollywood actor Katrina Kaif, whose residence was searched by the Income Tax department recently, today said reports about her disclosed "unaccounted income" were incorrect.
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Updated on Jan 26, 2011 11:29 PM IST
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Bollywood actor Katrina Kaif, whose residence was searched by the Income Tax department recently, today said reports about her disclosed "unaccounted income" were incorrect.

"A search was conducted by the I-T Department at the residence of my client Katrina Kaif. My client is disturbed by the speculative reports circulating in the media that she has disclosed (to the department) unaccounted income running into crores, and unaccounted lockers were found," a statement issued by her chartered accountant said.

It said that no unaccounted income has been declared by her. "Katrina is fully cooperating with the IT Department, whom she holds in high regard."

The IT department had also conducted raids at the residences of actor Priyanka Chopra, renowned photographer Atul Kasbekar, and at the offices of talent management companies Matrix and Bling.

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